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January 31, 1963

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2 SIIELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAE- Published in c:Christma.,town; U.S.A.", ghelton, Washington Capacity Crowd For Annual Mother-Son Banquet Tuesday High school boys dated their mothers for dinner Tuesday night for the annnal Mother-Son Ban- quet held at the high school. A capacity crowd enjoyed u ham dinner prepared by the school cooks and served by members of the Girls Club. Loren Gee acted as master of ceremonies. Invocation was given by Bill LeDrew. Jim Lament gave the welcome to the mothers after which each boy introduced his mother. Following dinner the group ad- ]ourned to tile auditorimn where they were entertained with nmsieal selections by the German Band and the Brass Sextette. Don Neu- enschwander and Jerry Wagner presented piano selections. Speakers for the affair were: Larry Powell, sophomore; Tom Schlegel, junior: and James err, senior. They compared the mother- son relationship to the three stages of a rocket. GOP Lincoln Day Dinner Feb. 20 The annual Lincoln Day Dinner, sponsored by Mason County Re- publicans, will be held Wednesday evening, Feb. 20, at the Mt. View School multi-purpose room. Clar- ence Anderson has been named genera chairman of the dinner. Oscar Levin, ticket chairman. has announced that tickets will be available at $2.50 each after Feb. 1, from members of his com- mittee as well as members of the Republican Central Committee. Richard G. Christensen will be the featured speaker. EAGLE CARD WINNERS Holding high scores at the January 26 Eag'le card party were Myra Leonard and Glenn Gardner. Second high went to Viola Laug- en and Robert Johnson. Ruth Moore won the traveling pinochle. The next card party will be held Feb. 9 at the FOE airport hall. A total of 265 sailors Sailed with Magellan in 1519 to seek out the spice islands of the East. Four years later, only 18 returned to tell of their discovery. I , i ROGERS AHD HAMMERSTEiN ,CAREER SUBJECT OF B SHARP CLUB MEETIHG The B Sharp Junior Music Chtb their" way of life in song. I met at the Evergreen school with The B Sharp Club is affiliated I its leaders Mrs. Peck and Mrs. with the State and National Fed- I Carton. The meeting was called to eratim] of Music Clubs. order by the president. .layne Look. Minutes of the previous meet- ing were read and approved. Each member answered roll call with a musical word. The Junior Collect was read after which Mrs. Carlos told the background story of the collect and reviewed the life story of its attthor May Belle Cole of Amory, Mississippi. The group donated to the Still- man-Kelley Scholarship fund. This became a National Junior Music project in ].938. Under Mrs. Peck's direction the club members discus'ed some of the American contributions to the world. They agreed that much of our American lrlusic has had great impact upon international nmsical taste. The career of Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein was dis- cussed. Until they started work- ing together, musical shows con- sisted of feeble plots and dull music, built mainly about pretty dancing girls. They retained the beautiful girls but added good I stories and lyrical music to Broadway shows. They used short words, singable vowels with simple, sincere plots .and the pub- lic liked it. We can consider this famous team. Rogers and Hammerstein, I ambassadors of good will repre- senting the American i)eople and Music Enthusiasts Enjoy Annual Choir Concert Festival The Choir Festival Concert pre- sented by the Shelton Music Club at the junior high school auditor- ium last Sunday was enjoyed by many music enthusiasts. The String Trio gave a varied performance. Numbers were sun b o y the Amaranth and high school choirs and by the choirs from the St. David's Episcopal, Faith Lu- theran, Baptist, Mount Olive Lu- theran and Metimdist churches. Mrs. R. W. Oltman was soloist. The combined choirs were ac- companied by Mrs. Harvey Hill- man under the direction of Mr. Lynn Sherwood. Mrs. Harry Carlon was the chairman of the event, proceeds froln which go toward summer music awards to undergraduates. The Shelton Music Club is affili- ated with the State and National Music Club. Per Me. $44.95 Per Me. $55.57 Per Me. $44.85 Per Me. $45.43 Per Me. $47.66 QUALITY Used Cars and Trucks Down Pay. '60 Studebaker Lark .................. $460.00 4-door sedan, treater, automatic Down Pay. '60 InternationM Pickup .......... $570.60 Heavy duty Y2-ton, 4-speed, long wheel base Down Pay. '59 Plymouth Savoy V-8 ............ $355.00 2-door sedan, radio, heater, automatic Down Pay, '58 InternationM Pickup .......... $455.00 Heavy duty y2-ton, 4-speed, long box Down Pay. '57 Pontiac Station Wag ........... $325.00 Radio, heater, automatic All Cars and Trucks Winterized! • ! We Guy 1963 Lmense. KIMBEL MOTORS, INC. PHON E 426-3433 707 SOUTH FIRST ST. Tlo Senior Music Club enter- tained the B Sharp Club January 22 at the Methodist church. The theme for the evening was Scan- dinavian nmsie. Mrs. Mary An- derson showed sli(ies of her trip to Finland last Slmlmer. Fred Diehl Goes To Oree:on One of Mason County's long-time residents left this week to make his some in Oregon. Fred DieM, operator of a cloth- ing store here 37 years and active in community affairs will ntake his home with his son, Fredrick, at Ehuira. Ore. Diehl has been a member of the Mason County Savings and Loan Association from the time of its formation and served as the president for 30 years. He was also active in the Chum- bet' of Commerce and Kiwanis Club. He had lived in Mason County 53 years last October. coming here originally to cruise timber for the county. He stayed here after the job was completed and later went into business for himself. He sold his store several years ago, and it was later absorbed by the Lum- bermens-Mercantile store. In addition to his son. who is a school teacher, he has one daugh- ter. Mrs. Mildred Coyne, Bellevue. Shelton General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Simpson, Rt. 2, Box 974, a boy, Jan. 23. Mr. and Mrs. John Florek, 428 Bellevue, a girl, Jan. 23. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Christo- pher, 227 So 6th street, boy, Jan 23. Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Krona, P. O. Box 594. a boy, Jan. 25. Mr. and Mrs. John Laramie, Box 96, Hoodsport, a girl, Jan. 29. For Your Town... Finland Subject Of Skelton Music Club Meeting The Shelton Music Clnb met last Tuesday evening at the Methodist church. The Executive Board ac- ted a.s hostesses. Special guests for the evening were the Junior Mu- sic Clubs and Mrs. Mary Ander- son. Janiee Estvold played a prone solo, Grieg's "Piano Concerto m A Minor". Sue Aha and She Nor- vold played a flute duet "Herd Girls Sunday" by Olc Bull. Mrs. Donovan Palmer accompanied Mrs. R. W. Norvold. Mrs. James Bar- rein. Ms. H. O. Lovgren and Mrs. Bernice Stewart who sang "Finn- landis" by Sibelius and "Home Fro'ever" a Norwegian Folk Song. Mrs. Anderson showed her eo- h)red slides and talked of her trip to Finland. The program snbjcct, "Scandinavian countries," was de- picted in a showing of beautifully dresqed dolls belonging to Mrs. O. G. Eriekson The Shelton Music Club is affili- ated with the State and National Federation of Music Ch/bs. Many Attend Open House To Offer Pair Best Wishes About 100 hundred friends and relatives visited the Little Slook- um Coummunity hall last Sunday to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wells on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary. The couple was honored at an open house sponsored by the Little Skookum Ladies Club. Out of town guests included their two daughters and their familids, Dr. and Mrs. Eugene (Iris) Van Ackeran and Mr, and Mrs. John E. (Betty) Bowen from Seattle. Other Seattle guests in- eluded Mesdames Cora Muir, Ins Dawley and Kathleen Popke, Bill and Bob, Mr. and Mrs. Allen For- ques and son. Mr. and Mrs. James Muir. Roxan,, Linda and David, Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Johnson and Brian and Mr. George W. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. George Booth at- tended from Tacoma. Mrs. Florence Weeks and Mrs. Pat Byrd poured, and Mrs. Janms Muir attended the punch bowl. i | 00tFW Aexiliary To Plan Annual Dinner For Anniversary HELP The next regular business meet- ing' of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foregn Wars will be held at 8 p.m. this Friday at the Memorial building. Plans are being made for the auxiliary annual aniversary din- net. Hostesses for the next meeting ;wilt be Arlene Smith. Loda Rut- ledge, Dorothy Kelsey and Jean- ette Thomas. Cascade Cotmcil representative, Marian Johnson. requests members baking cookies for American Lake please bring then] to her at this meeting. The next teenage dance will be held from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m in the Memorial building this Saturday. When a man is wrapped up in himself, he makes a pretty small - = :!-.q e.---John Ruskin• LOW COST HOHE LOANS NEW CONSTRUCTION -- REMODELING PURCHASE 6 % On Reducing Balances -- No Commission Charges Mason Counly Savings & Loan Association Your local new10er strtves to represent every facet of" the ¢ommuniW. It promotes businessb¥ advertising pro. ducts cmd services; it supports churches, schools, and ¢ivi clubs by publishing informion concerning their ac- tivities; it recognizes individual members o| the community s interesting events occur in their lives; cmd it spreads local news, and national news in local terms By help- hag different factions of the community to learn each other, your local newspcrper promotes and TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING SHELTON So cial Even ts Society Editor • Marj Waters • Phone 426-4412 NEWLY WED DAVID BURTONS TO MAKE FIRST HOME IN SEATTLE MR. AND MRS. DAVID BURTON were married Jan. 19 t the Faith Lutheran church in Shelton. She is the former Marjorie Jeanne Holmes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Holmes, Shel- ton. Her husband's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Marvin W. Burton, Seattle. The Faith Lutheran church was he setting for the January 19 wedding of Miss Marjorie Jeanne Holmes and Mr. David Wallace Burton. Standard ,baskets filled with white stock and red and yel- low chrysanthemums decorted the church for the 8 p.m. double ring service performed by Rev. Carl J., Carlsen. Miss Holmes is the daugh- ter of Mr. and l,Irs. Edwin J. Holmes, Shelton. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Marvin W. Burton Seattle. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her floor length gown was of white lace over satin styled with a sweetheart neckline. Red roses made up her bouquet. Miss Margaret Burton, the groom's sister, wax maid of honor. Miss Sandra Burslie. cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid. Their matching dresses were of blue chiffon over yellow satin with full skirts. White gloves, blue heels and short blue veils completed their outfits. David Holmes, the bride's broth- er. and her cousin. Nolan Burslie. lighted the candles .Mr. Donald Tymchuk, cousin of the bride- groom, was his best man. Ushers were Edwin Holmes, brother of the bride, and James Maher, Seattle. Mrs. Harvey Hill- man accompanied Mrs. Ruby Olt- matt as she sang "Oh Perfect Love" and "The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. Holmes wore a taupe chif- fon dress with matching accessor- ies. A multi-colored sheath with an olive green hat was chosen by Mrs. Burton. The mothers' cor- sages were of pink rosebuds. Followin gthe ceremony a re- ception was held at the church. The bride's aunt, Mrs Karl Ioidal, cut the tiered cake which was decorated with bells, doves and red YOUR HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER SOLID, UNITING FORCEI "'" --. i$I N • YOUR TOWN GROW! SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL NEWSPAPER.! Wash/nqtsn Newspaper Pub//shers0000soe | |86 €OMMUNIIkTIOftS BUILDINO. UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON • Sl41lll L WASHINOTII roses, and topped with the tradi- tional bride and groom. Another aunt. Mrs. Ed Bnrslie, and Mrs. Norval Bins poured. The groonfs aunt, Mrs. Ralph Baker. attended the punch table. Mrs. Ronald Brown was in charge of the guest book and Mrs. Arnold Saeger of the gift table. The bride is a graduate of Irene S. Reed high school and is em- ployed in Seattle a the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Her husband attended business college and the University of Washington. He is employed at the Seattle First National Bank, East Lake Accounting Center. They are making their home in Seattle. It's A Date Today, Thursday, Jan. 31 Rotary Club luncheon, noon. Ming Tree Care. 1948 Class reunion planning meeting, 7:30 p.m., home of Ger- ry Hart. Friday, Feb. 1 WCTU, I p.m., home of Mrs. Merritt Wingard VFW Post 1694, 8 p.m., Mem- orial Hall. Olympic league basketball, Shel- ton at West Bremerton 6:30 B teams, 8:00 p.m. varsities. Saturday, Feb. 2 ML. Moriah Lodg' No. 11 stat- ed meeting, 8 p.m.. Masonic Tem- ple. VFW sponsored Teenage dance. 10 p.m - 2 a.m., Memorial Hall. Salmon bake, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m., lower Skokomish Community hall. Drivers license examiner, 10 a. m. - 5 p.m., police station. High school basketball, North Thurston vs. Shelton, B squads 6:30, varsities 8:00 p.m., Shelton gym. Sunday, Feb. 3 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Mon¢ay, Feb. 4 Ellinor Chapter OES Social club 12 noon potluck luncheon, home of Mrs. George Moake. SRA Pinochle club, 8 p.m.. Me- morial hall. Co]anty commission's meeting, 10 a.m.. court house. Tuesday, Feb. 5 LPN meeting, 7:30 p.m.. Nurs- es' cottage. Welcome Chapter OES Social club, 12 noon luneheon, home of Mrs. Lawrence Munson. Kiwanis club luncheon, noon, Memorial hall. City Commission's meeting, 2 p.m., city hall. Annual Jaycee "Bosses Night", Jaycee Hall, 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, •Feb. 6 Hillcrest Homemakers' club. 12 noon luncheon, home of lVrrs. Clar- ence Cornell. B.P.W. meeting, home of Mrs. Susie Pauley, 7:30 j.m. Drivers' license ex,iner. 10 a. m, - 5 p.m., police station. Thursday, Feb. 7 Navy Mothers' club, 7:30 p.m., Memorial hall. Rotary club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree care. NAVY MOTHERS CLUB Navy Mothers Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. next Thursday at the Memorial hall. CLASS OF 1948 TO PLAN REUNION Members of the Irene S. Reed high school class of 1948 are invited to attend a class rennion olanning meeting to be held at 7:36 tonight at the home of Gerry Hart. Always fortify the meat flavor in a beef dish with a generous amount of beef stock base. Th ursdn,y, Janunry New Members For Moose Lodge At Special Meeting Emmett Berg, president of the Washington State Moose Associa- tion was welcomed to Shelton last Saturday night by about 80 people gathered a the Shelton Moose iall. Mr. Berg was tle itonored gues[ at a dinner specially pre- parec1 and served b ythe Shelton \\;Vomen of the Moose• Louis Pen- inni of Brinnon was master of ceremomes for the dinner honr program. Mr. Peninni. a life mem- ber of the Moose Lodge at Moses Lake. has been active with the Shelton lodge since he moved to Brinnon. Further acknowledgement was given to Mr. Berg when five new members wele enrolled in his honor by the Taeoma Moose Rit- ual Team. New Shelton members are D. S. "San]" Clark. Ralph Cra- bill. Edward Woodard. Tom Gray and Robert Trail .Sponsors of the new members are Earl Owen, Perry Rose and Joe Cronquist. The Port Angeles Women of the Moose were unable to attend. Plans are underwfly to re-schednle their Minstrel Show for a later date. Mason County Credit Union Has Annual Meeting Last Week R0nald Casebier and Russell Ja- cobsen were elected to two-year terms on the board of directors of the Mason County Federal Cre- dit Union at its annual meeting last week. They were recommended by the nominating committee. John Ra- gun, who was nominated from the floor received 93 votes, while Casebier received 107 and Jacob- son 140, Named to two-year terms on the credit committee were Dick Angle, Marvin Anste: mtd Bob Temple, There was a good attendance with the Junior High Auditorium filled and some sitting in the bal- cony. Mother's March Of Dimes Is Tonight Women will .be knocking on doors in Mason County tonight in the annual Mothers' March for the March of Dimes. Directing the activities is Mrs. Lee Kiefer. Zonta Chlb Mother's March chairman. The club has taken over the responsibility for the march. The marching mothers will tm'n in the funds they have collected at the PUD auditorium in Shelton. Refreshments will be provided for the mothers as they report in. The money goes to continue the work in aiding" polio victims and for support of the Sulk Institute of Biological Sciences which is studying other diseases. Simpson Gredit Union Names Members At Me Two new board Hillier. S1]elton, and ker. MeCleary, were the annual meeting of son Employees Federal ion last week. Hillier succeeds Hu and Parker J. M. At a board reor ing following the Archie Tineani was eleC dent. C. D. Mifflin vice and James Hillicr nrer, Tere were 222 memt [ding the meeting. Repot'ts of grou the year were Ruby Rebekah January Meeting The regtdar meeting Rebekah Lodge No. January 25 with the stalled Noble Grand. presiding. The next meeting February 8 with a tine party following': Jackson. Ahna "White Anderson will be i freshments Marriage Applying for marria in the Mason County flee this past _week Ronald A. Pend merton, and Sharon Bremerton. Robert S. Minty, 28, and Joyce Ryder, 18. SCHOOL WEEK OF FEB. Monday--S hot buttered whole kernel corn. Tuesday--Vegetable led cheese sandwich pudding, milk. Wed n esd a y--Chili vegetable wedges, ter sandwich, peach cobbler, milk. Thursday--Hot dog tered bun, potato cookies, milk. 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